Re: Bug#61975: Floppy boot from Dell OptiPlex 466/L
I had a similar problem with a Dell OptiPlex DGX 5100. My work around with
boot-floppies 2.1 was to boot with a DOS boot floppy with CD support (NCR
SCSI boot disk that came with my machine) and run boot.bat from the CD,
which worked fine.
Perhaps you can do something similar?
On Fri, 7 Apr 2000, Hong Guo wrote:
> Package: boot-floppies
> Version: 2.1
> architecture: i386
> model: Dell OptiPlex 466/L barebone
> memory: 8M
> I am trying to convert a old Dell OptiPlex 466/L to a debian linux
> machine and when I boot from the floppy using the resc1440.bin, I will see
> "Load boot.bin..." and immediately the display shuts off. I have tried to
> look into the bios to see if there is any sleep function that I can turn off
> and found none. I am rather frustrated at this and this is my first
> experience with Debian.
> -Hong Guo
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